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Childrens Healthcare Is A Legal Duty Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Public Health

Mission: Promote protection of children

Programs: In 2014 child published 4 newsletters sent to over 600 homes the child president spoke at 4 professional meetings child provided information about belief-related

child abuse and neglect to at least 37 inquirers including journalists child submitted an amicus brief cosigned by several organizations to the tennessee supreme court

child developed a second webpage and added to the first one

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have admired the work of CHILD for almost twenty years. No other organization is solely committed to helping children subject to religious-based medical neglect. And CHILD has been remarkably effective in reaching policymakers and achieving change. In 2010 alone, CHILD representatives testified before the Wisconsin legislature, lobbied the United States Congress, and urged prosecutors in New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Washington to prosecute fully parents who permitted their children to die of treatable illnesses. This past spring, CHILD focused its efforts on achieving legislative change in Oregon, and it succeeded: on June 9 Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed into law an emergency bill removing Oregon’s religious exemptions pertaining to medical care of sick and injured children. CHILD is the model of a small nonprofit achieving real change.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

CHILD, Inc. an organization founded to promote equal rights for children to have access to appropriate medical care, has been responsible for bringing to light hundreds of cases throughout the world where children have been physically and psychologically neglected/abused, or have died when their parents have chosen treatment through their religious beliefs or cultural practices and have denied medical evaluation and treatment. In addition, their founders have worked tirelessly with state legislatures in the United States to remove any exemption clause(s) in the statutes that prevent prosecution of parents when such situations occur.